03-10-2005, 04:28 PM #1Senior Member
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Target Bodybuilding - MRI indications of effective training examined
according to the book “Target Bodybuilding” which uses an MRI to observe which muscles are being used on which exercises, it seems that doing decline and incline benchpress aren’t as “targeting” an exercise as one would intuitively think. I know there are some people here that are COMMITTED to believing otherwise, but if you don’t have a SPECIFIC argument for this, please, there’s no need to comment. I only want comments from people who know of this source’s findings and have other evidence that may mitigate it. Personally, my preference is that inclined press DOES work, as I prefer to have a disproportioned chest, developed more on TOP than bottom.
Directly and succinctly put, can you develop one part of the chest over another?
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